Redirecting Secure (HTTPS) Pages to Non Secure (HTTP) in Magento

Geoff Jackson

Geoff Jackson (more commonly known by his online pseudonym zigojacko) is the founder of Design Haven and The Clubnet Group which hosts numerous agencies including the most widely recognised of them, Clubnet Digital, a full service digital marketing and creative design/development agency. He also has a personal blog but it doesn’t get updated as much as he’d like.

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11 Responses

  1. Jamie says:

    Worked perfectly, thank you!

  2. Aleksey Danilovich says:

    Amazing article, thank you very much. You helped me deal with a serious problem!

  3. Brad says:

    Thanks! Worked Perfectly, just what I needed.

  4. krishnendu dey says:

    i have used this process for required url redirection ..everything is working fine and as expected …..but i want to force ssl on the homepage….i.e homepage along with my account, wishlist, checkout will be ssl and other will be non-ssl…..how do i acheive this???

  5. This is excellent thanks. If this is for SEO, you might want to use HTTP 301 instead of HTTP 302. Just pass 301 as a second parameter to the method like this:

     

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